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Topic # 175256 23-Jun-2015 09:15 Send private message

SSD Failure Article.

May be of interest to some.




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  Reply # 1329757 23-Jun-2015 10:17 One person supports this post Send private message

Only covers enterprise grade PCI-E SSD's, and ain't nobody got money for dat :-P






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  Reply # 1329790 23-Jun-2015 10:32 Send private message


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  Reply # 1329796 23-Jun-2015 10:36 Send private message

is there an article than explains the different types of SSDs?

the only one know of is a Samsung Evo. apparently that's a TLC .... whatever that means.

I'm only interested in speed, not how many petabytes it can turn over its lifetime



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  Reply # 1329798 23-Jun-2015 10:38 Send private message

There probably is an article about SSD speed, but not that one. TLC (3 bits per cell) may be faster for reads than the more robust and reliable MLC (2 bit per cell) or SLC (1 bit per cell).




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